A small penis is something that many men have to live with, and it can lead to a number of other serious conditions, such as depression and low self-esteem.
The question is, would these men be happier if they had a bigger penis? And ultimately, does size really matter?
We would argue that it’s not necessarily the size that matters. What’s really important is being comfortable in your own skin, which for some men just isn’t possible as they’re too self-conscious about the size of their penis.
As humans, we can’t help but constantly compare ourselves against other people and measure ourselves by these benchmarks. For many men, finding out they’re on the small side of the penis scale is something they will struggle with for the rest of their life. It’s this comparison that leads to low self-esteem and sometimes more serious depression.
This problem can quickly spiral out of control and begin to invade every part of a man’s life, not least of all his romantic life and ability to form meaningful relationships. The problem associated with a small penis can soon become even worse when coupled with feelings of sexual inadequacy and the inability to please their sexual partners. Of course, penis size is not always directly linked to sexual gratification, but it can be easy to think this way when you have low self-esteem.
Does penis size effect happiness?
So, for many people, it is true. Penis size can have a direct effect on happiness and other positive emotional feelings, such as confidence. Not everyone with a small penis will feel this way, and we would never go as far as to suggest that a bigger penis will definitely make someone happier. However, it’s a superficial thing that can make a huge difference to a man’s sense of self-worth, providing that it is the root of the insecurity, of course.